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miniGaLF

The miniGaLF is an entry level GaLF model designed for companies, universities, research institutes and individuals that want to learn about ultrafine bubble technology.

Ultrafine bubble mixer

Ultrafine bubble mixer is a single tube and popular solution for aerating and creating ultrafine bubbles in lakes and ponds

Ultrafine ozone bubble mixer

The Ultrafine ozone bubble mixer is a nano bubble ozone generator which is specifically designed for the use with ozone. The Ultrafine ozone bubble mixer is suitable for many clean tech applications.

RF200

The RF200 is a  self-cleaning filter for attachment to the suction hose of surface mounted pumps. They can be fitted with tough nylon filter mesh or sintered stainless steel mesh and can filter from 60 - 315 microns. The RF200 filters have a capacity of up to 220 liters per minute. All the filters have an internal cleaning rotor, that is water powered by taking a 'T' off the output of your pump to supply the Rotorflush internal rotors. This supply continuously backwashes the mesh screen pushing away anything that might cause it to block. These filters can operate in very dirty water without blocking, reducing the need for settlement tanks and keeping maintenance to a minimum.

RF600-300

The RF600 self-cleaning intake strainer provides industrial strength, low maintenance filtration for surface mounted pumps. The RF600 are extremely tough stainless steel self-cleaning basket filters that protect pumps and other connected equipment from blocking and blinding when pumping dirty water. The award winning self-cleaning mechanism in the filters provides a continuous backwash keeping the filter mesh free of weed, debris and other suspended solids. The RF600 can handle 90m3 to 275 m3 per hour.

RF100 Single

The RF100 Single is the smallest self-cleaning inlet filter (strainer). It filters up to 30 liters / minute and is designed to protect pumps and other equipment. This robust and reliable filter is easy to install. It's compact, lightweight and has simple connections. Great for gardens and light industrial applications where there is a need to filter water. The strainer uses 20 - 25% of the pump's output drive the internal back washing rotor, cleaning the whole screen every ½ second. Debris, wildlife and suspended solids are kept clear of the filter mesh.

High concentration UFB selector

Selecting a nano bubble generator can be a daunting task when you are new to the technology. In the following article we explain the differences of the various units. This helps you to select the best ultrafin bubble generator for your research, application development or ultrafine bubble production.

Tiny bubbles help flower growers in the hot summer

Carnation flower growers in Japan use nano bubble irrigation technology against fusarium, withering and dying plants, to improve stem quality, flower size, shoot count, volume of stems and growth speed. In the growing season 2017 / 2018, acniti conducted trials, the test area had irrigation water with billions of ultrafine bubbles of an average size of 110 nm and high DO water with 30 mg/l.

The zeta-potential important stuff for nano-bubbles

The electrical properties of gas bubbles are important in determining the interaction of nano-bubbles if and when they merge together and how they interact with other materials such as solid particles or oil droplets. Knowledge about this helps application development in for example, protein skimmers, froth flotation, food processing, washing surfaces and purification.

ISO fine bubbles

Great things happen when the world agrees, fine bubbles are an innovative technology, but without proper standards for the industry development, there are obstacles. From 2013 ISO started the creation of an International Standard for fine bubbles popularly know as nano bubbles.

Ultrafine bubble generation

There are various technologies to generate ultrafine bubbles. This article gives an overview of the most used techniques, such as pressurized dissolution, static mixers, and rotational flow.

The zeta-potential important stuff for nano-bubbles

The electrical properties of gas bubbles are important in determining the interaction of nano-bubbles if and when they merge together and how they interact with other materials such as solid particles or oil droplets. Knowledge about this helps application development in for example, protein skimmers, froth flotation, food processing, washing surfaces and purification.